John Pearson Consulting / Look Now Training and Employment
|Non-accredited training delivered|
|Other types of training
Training provided - Accredited courses
|Training package||Unit title||Unit code|
Conservation & Land
- Certificate II
|Maintain cultural places||AHCILM201A|
|Record information about country||AHCILM203A|
Conservation & Land
- Certificate III
|Propose appropriate use of traditional customs||AHCILM301A|
|Provide appropriate information on cultural knowledge||AHCILM302A|
Conservation & Land
- Certificate IV
|Inspect and monitor cultural places||AHCLPW403A|
|Protect places of cultural significance||AHCILM401A|
|Report on place of potential cultural significance||AHCILM402A|
SIT07 - Certificate I in Tourism|
(Australian Indigenous Culture)
|Interpret aspects of local Australian indigenous cultures|| THTFTG08B|
SIT07 - Certificate III & IV|
|Prepare specialised interpretive content (cultural & heritage environments)||THTFTG14A|
|Research and share general information on Australian indigenous cultures||THTFTTG07B|
John Pearson Consulting and Look Now Training and Employment trainers are Indigenous and non-Indigenous and experienced in delivering training to Indigenous people. The training is delivered through a partnership between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people.
The team has the following relevant qualifications and experience:
- Kate Greenwood: Bachelor of Arts (major in Environment and Planning), Certificate IV Training and Assessment, Environmental (Agroforestry) traineeship completed in 1999. Over ten years experience in the industry including working as a cultural heritage planner for local government for three years mapping and recording Aboriginal cultural heritage sites with Traditional Custodians on the Sunshine Coast.
- Beverly Hand: a Sunshine Coast Traditional Owner / Custodian. Certificate IV in Conservation and Land Management. Over twenty years experience in the industry, including nursery work, bush regeneration, engagement, research and cultural heritage monitoring.
Look Now Training and Employment is an Indigenous focused training organisation. It has been delivering training to Indigenous people since 2009, and has trained Indigenous people in Certificate II, III and IV in Conservation and Land Management (CALM). So far these groups have come from the Sunshine Coast, Brisbane and Ipswich areas in Queensland.
Currently the cultural heritage management training is delivered as part of the Conservation and Land Management (CALM) training. The cultural units are delivered with local Traditional Custodians. The other units in the CALM packages are delivered in a culturally appropriate way e.g. 'Recognise plants' is taught by identifying local plants and their bush tucker / medicine uses. The delivery of CALM is centred around a revegetation project, and this is often an area of cultural heritage significance, so that the project gives back to community.
The trainers also offer non-accredited cultural heritage management training, which is adapted according to client needs.
Look Now Training and Employment has delivered cultural heritage management training to an Indigenous group within the last 12 months (valid at December 2011).
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